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Read, Herbert Edward, Henry Moore, Sculpture and Drawings (1944; repr., Percy Lund, Humphries & Company, 1946 and 1949), fig. 44B.
David Sylvester, ed., Henry Moore, Sculpture and Drawings, 4th ed. (Percy Lund, Humphries & Company, 1957), vol. 1, fig. 181.
The Arts Club of Chicago, Henry Moore, December 11, 1959–January 14, 1960, cat. 2, as “Abstraction”
Chicago, Renaissance Society, Chicago Homage to Henry Moore, December 1—22, 1967, cat. 45, as “Abstraction”.
London, Tate Gallery, Henry Moore Retrospective, July 17—September 22, 1968.
Madrid, Palacio de Velázquez, Palacio de Cristal, Parque de El Retiro, Henry Moore Exposición retrospectiva, Esculturas, Dibujos y Grabados 1921-1981, May-August 1981, cat. 102, ill. 65.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Starrels, Chicago, IL, by 1957; given by them to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1960.
Sylvester 181 4th ed
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